Writers’ Guild Well Represented at Arts Festival

Members of the Northwest Arkansas Writers’ Guild will talk about the writing process and read from their works at the Spring Arts Festival Reading Series during the coming week.

Tuesday, February 23

Morning Sessions

10:00-10:30  Vic Fountain

Vic’s speciality is young adult fiction.

Afternoon Sessions

1:00-1:30 p.m. Lela Davidson

Lela is an internet freelancer as well as a writer of fiction and non-fiction for the print market.

1:30-2:00 p.m. Mary Ann Powers

Mary Ann writes humorous articles for the web. She’ll be reading from a novel in progress.

2:00-2:30 Joe Tangari

Joe writes a regular column for the music site Pitchfork.com/. He also writes short stories and novels. Two of his stories appear in the recently-published Columbia & Britannia, An Alternate History.

2:30-3:00 p.m. Maeve Maddox

Maeve writes a daily language-related post at DailyWritingTips.com/. Her most recently-published long work is an academic study, Portrayals of Joan of Arc in Film. She’ll be reading from her novel The Fabergé Flute.

Wednesday, February 24

2:00-2:30  Raymona Anderson Journalist and novelist Raymona Anderson will be reading from her recently-completed novel, The Right Kind of Woman.

Thursday, February 25

Morning Sessions

10:00-10:30 Marilyn Collins

Marilyn’s speciality is the writing of local history. She’ll discuss her book, Write History Right. She will discuss tips for spinning local/regional history into books and articles that sell.

10:30-11:00 Rhonda Franz

Rhonda writes parenting tips and essays about early childhood education.

11:00-11:30 June Jefferson

June is known for her writing workshops. She’ll talk about the writing process.

11:30-12:00 Barbara Youree

A writer of both fiction and non-fiction, Barbara will read from her upcoming novel Race to Glory, about first-century Olympic Games in Greece.

The sessions are free and open to the public.


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By Maeve Maddox

Maeve Maddox writes about popular culture, English usage, and education. Her most recent books are WORD RAGE, a guide to peaceful coexistence as American English-speakers, and THE FABERGE FLUTE, a cozy mystery set in 1980s London.

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